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Birdback teaspoon by John Letelier, Wilmington, c1790
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108V   $200

Birdback teaspoon by John Letelier, Wilmington, c1790
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Oval-end handle, reverse tipt, block mono C over P * M on front. Length is 5-1/8". There is some tipwear, as shown. Bird is in pretty good shape.

Eagleback teaspoon by Joseph Doll, Harrisburg, PA
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108U   $300

Eagleback teaspoon by Joseph Doll, Harrisburg, PA
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Downturned fiddle handle with square shoulders, c1815 -- feathered script mono E T on front; 5-1/4" long. Eagle is typical of the period (see Krause birds, for example) -- fierce, protective -- probably related the recent War of 1812. Both spoon and bird are in near-mint condition.

Taylor & Lawrie basting spoon, Fiddle Shell & Thread
Silver: Coin Silver: 18th and Early 19th Century

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2163   SOLD

Taylor & Lawrie basting spoon, Fiddle Shell & Thread
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length 12 3/4 inches, weight 5.65 Troy ounces, excellent original condition, monogrammed "M" (period script with flourishes) obverse, retailed by Bailey and Kitchen.

While the dates for this firm are generally given as 1837-1850, the style and construction of this spoon is would tend to indicate that it was made several years before 1837.

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Parkman 18th Century Coin Silver Tablespoon
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: 18th Century

Old Friends  
1694f   $ 90

Parkman 18th Century Coin Silver Tablespoon
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There are varying attributions for the "Parkman" stamp that appears on the backside of this 9" long, 1.8 T. oz. coin silver tablespoon. Assigned by Winterthur as an alternate mark for Thomas Parkman born about 1767 in Hartford, and working there until 1793, then Boston, next followed by Hudson, New York about 1795, possibly in association with a group of Quakers. A reliable online source opines this mark may be that for Charles Parkman, 1785-1834, but the c. 1790 style of this is too early for... Click for details

George Franciscus Jr. Coin Silver Teaspoon
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware

Old Friends  
1687dd   $ 40

George Franciscus Jr. Coin Silver Teaspoon
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George Franciscus Jr. had a working history that began in Baltimore in 1810 and then Lancaster, Pennsylvannia from 1819 until his death in 1840. Several marks are associated with him include the "G. Franciscus" in an engrailed rectangle that appears on this 5 7/8" long, .6 T. oz. teaspoon. According to Gerstell's "Silversmiths of Lancaster, Pennsylvania," this mark "is illustrated in the catalogue of the exhibition of southern silver at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 1968." This piece has a... Click for details

Hall, Hewson & Brower Rt Angle Coin Silver Butter Knife
Silver: Coin Silver: Serving Pieces

Old Friends  
1685f   $ 55

Hall, Hewson & Brower Rt Angle Coin Silver Butter Knife
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Dating from the mid 19th century, Hall, Hewson & Brower were located in Albany, New York. This example of their work is a 7 1/2" long, nearly 1.2 T. oz., right angle, coin silver master butter knife. It was retailed by "W.D. & A. McLean" according to the mark alongside the HH&B with eagle emblem on the blade. The blade is engraved with a waterside scene of a structure with a sailboat in the background. Other portions of the blade have leafy elements and engine turning. The handle is also en... Click for details

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Mug with uniquely American agricultural motif
Silver: Coin Silver: Hollowware

North Hill Antiques  
786   $600

Mug with uniquely American agricultural motif
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In 1825, the Erie Canal opened, sending to NYC and beyond the agricultural riches of Ohio and ultimately the entire midwest. For 10 years -- from 1825-35 -- this cornucopia was celebrated in the arts, including the art of silvermaking. The basket-of-flowers and sheaf-of-wheat flatware patterns are examples; so too is this mug with its band of farm produce and equipment -- corn-filled wagon, barn, windmill, beehives, farm house, corn crib, scythe, rake, and a sheaf-of-wheat design repeated 10 t... Click for details

Serving spoon by Michael Gibney, NY, circa 1845
Silver: Coin Silver

Gebelein  
5048   $195

Serving spoon by Michael Gibney, NY, circa 1845
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Scalloped bowl, fiddle thread. Length 12-1/4". Weight 4-1/4 troy ounces. The monogram is an Old English CMC. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good.

Soup ladle by Taylor & Lawrie, Phila,, 2 qtr 19th C.
Silver: Coin Silver

Gebelein  
5046   $290

Soup ladle by Taylor & Lawrie, Phila,, 2 qtr 19th C.
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Fiddle thread, retailed by Bailey & Kitchen. Length 13-1/8". Weight 9 troy ounces (very heavy). The monogram is WBA. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

6 G.W. McDannold Kentucky coin silver dessert spoons
Silver: Coin Silver: Southern

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2160   $350.00

6 G.W. McDannold Kentucky coin silver dessert spoons
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with broad double swell fiddle and short front midrib decoration, length 7 1/4 inches, weight 6.14 Troy ounces, monogrammed "EGM" (script, obverse), superb condition.

McDannold first worked in Mt. Sterling, then in Covington. Though his work is not quite so scarce as that of some other makers, it is quite a happy event indeed to find a set of Kentucky spoons in such exemplary condition.

Frederick Marquand hollow handle butter knife
Silver: Coin Silver: Southern

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2159  

Frederick Marquand hollow handle butter knife
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length 7 1/8 inches, no monogram, many pinprick dents to handle and damage at end as shown in enlargement number two.

Frequent readers of our little web page will know that we are loath to present any item which is not in good condition, but there are occasions when rarity (and price) will overcome this issue.

Tablespoon by Stodder & Frobisher, Boston, c1820
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
375   $38

Tablespoon by Stodder & Frobisher, Boston, c1820
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Downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, feathered script mono A C on front. Length is 8-1/2". Weight is a solid 38 grams. Condition is minty. Seller pays freight.

Pair teaspoons by N.Harding & Co., Boston, c1860
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
372   Pair $27

Pair teaspoons by N.Harding & Co., Boston, c1860
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Double-swell fiddle handle, flared shoulders, inscription on reverse: SW/to/LEG. Length is 5-5/8" Weight is 28 grams, just shy of an oz. Harding spoons are common enough - but not like these. Absolutely perfect -- sharp pointed bowl tips totally intact and bowls as smooth as silk.

Dessert spoon by Bacon & Smith, Boston, c1860
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
371   $25

Dessert spoon by Bacon & Smith, Boston, c1860
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Double-swell forward-tipt fiddle handle, flared shoulders, script mono A M B on reverse. Length is 7-1/2". Weight is 27 grams, just shy of 1 T oz. Condition is near-mint.

Soup ladle by Wood&Hughes, 3rd qtr 19th C.
Silver: Coin Silver

Gebelein  
5045   $325

Soup ladle by Wood&Hughes, 3rd  qtr 19th C.
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Fiddle thread, rounded fins. Length 13-1/8". Weight 10 troy ounces (heavy). The monogram is an Old English F. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Punch ladle by Albert Coles, retailed by Duryee (NJ)
Silver: Coin Silver

Gebelein  
5044   $275

Punch ladle by Albert Coles, retailed by Duryee (NJ)
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Mid-19th century. Scalloped bowl, fiddle thread. W.H. Duryee was a silversmith in Jersey City, NJ. Length 12-1/2". Weight 6.1 troy ounces. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

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